Sometimes referred to as the bible of particle physics, during the last 60 years the Review of Particle Physics has become the number-one reference in the field, detailing more than 38,000 measurements.

Half a century ago, Weinberg published a paper that unified the electromagnetic and weak interactions and revolutionised our understanding of the fundamental forces.

Steven Weinberg talks to CERN Courier about his seminal 1967 work and discusses where next for particle physics following the discovery of the Higgs boson.

Extracting neutrino properties from long-baseline neutrino experiments relies on modelling neutrino-nucleus interactions.

The international FAIR facility is under construction, promising intense ion and antiproton beams for experiments in diverse fields.

Introduction Superconducting magnets create very high magnetic fields for research projects in nuclear fusion as well as for accelerator systems. To establish such magnetic fields huge electrical currents are required. These currents are in the […]

Fifty years ago, physicists in the US established a new laboratory and with it a new approach to carrying out frontier research.